I am a writer, speaker, art historian and content marketing expert.

 I'm fascinated by the ways we communicate and the connections across time and geography that reveal themselves in art and images. You could say that I'm a cross between Dan Brown and Dan Pink. 

That's me teaching micro-content to the Event Planners Association at Loft 227.

That's me teaching micro-content to the Event Planners Association at Loft 227.

My content marketing workshops and classes teach people how to make micro-content; a powerful tool for building and sharing your marketing message. By taking your core message, blog content or even pieces others have written about you, your company or product, you can create campaigns that tell your story in small pieces, across social media platforms.

I also offer full-day and half-day intensive workshops for corporate audiences. 

Feast on Innovation Dinner with Feast on Historyy

I speak about art, technology and design at conferences and workshops. Join me on May 1st at Science House for the first Feast on Innovation!

I have presented over 500 lectures at the Cloisters as well as talks about medieval and renaissance art at Yale University, New England Institute of Art, Fashion Institute of Technology, University of Pittsburgh, New York Institute of Technology and Fordham University. I am a contributor to the most recent edition of the Grove Dictionary of Art published by Oxford University Press. As an account executive I developed public relations, design, and communications strategies for major art museums including the Museum of Art & Design, Park Avenue Armory, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Whitney Museum of Art, and Princeton University Art Museum. 

Feast on History Drive the District

In 2013 I founded Feast on History where I create immersive food and wine experiences that dispense with the lecture and share stories that feed all five senses.

Would you like to create a spectacular historically inspired dinner for your next fundraiser? Or would you like to take an insider's food tour of Little Italy in the Bronx? Visit feastonhistory.com for more details.